Michigan Commercial Cannabis Convention Quickly Approaching
The first-even Michigan Commercial Cannabis Convention and Expo will take place at Detroit’s Cobo Center Oct. 30-31, which is about a week before Michigan will vote on Proposal 1 to legalize recreational use of marijuana.
More than 1,200 participants are expected — including medical marijuana caregivers and patients, government officials, business professionals and others interested in the cannabis and hemp industries.
“We’re on the cusp of birthing an industry and have the opportunity to be leaders in Michigan,” said Thomas Tung, convention director. “We’re bringing it to business, industry and government, to make a stand and make sure we get it right.”
The convention isn’t about “theory and lecturing,” but rather will be “hands-on,” Tond said, with more than 150 exhibitors and more than 40 information sessions.
While a number of government officials and political candidates will be in attendance, Tong states that this will be a bipartisan event. “We invite everyone who wants to be part of this industry in Michigan.”
For more information and to purchase tickets, go to www.cannabis-aid.com/tickets.